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Our favorites from tonight’s red carpet! Featuring the regular heavy hitters (cough, cough, Kerry Washington), and a few that had us surprised — in a good way.
British-born model Antonia Campbell-Hughes successfully made the career switch that most in her profession only dream of, with her role in the upcoming film Lotus Eaters — but she doesn’t have the fondest opinion of the industry that propelled her to fame.
New legislation may mean no more fake Birkins and Speedies, so if that’s your thing, better stock up now.
In the spirit of major retailers capitalizing on social issues to drive sales — like this weekend’s gay marriage video that Nordstrom put out — British lingerie retailer Blush has released a promo clip in support of the members of the Russian band Pussy Riot who have been sentenced to labor camps.
Known best for her brightly-colored sundresses and resort wear that became staples of Palm beach society mavens and sorority girls everywhere, American fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer passed away last night in her Florida home.
We were a little surprised when the Met dubbed Beyoncé its honorary chairperson for this year’s punk-themed gala, as we have trouble imagining the super stylish icon costuming it up as Sid Vicious. But judging from this newly released director’s cut of the promo video for her upcoming Mrs. Carter tour, Bey doesn’t have any trouble channeling style from different eras.
It’s no secret that filming deshabille in Hollywood is the most awkward thing ever. Most people can barely handle swimsuit season, let alone acting out a full-on sex scene with a director, a camera crew, and who knows who else watching. And since Carey Mulligan has performed her fair share of adult material, she’s had to devise her own ways of coping with the stress of stripping down.
This fad is displaying some serious longevity.
We don’t know about you, but makes us feel better about shopping than when we’re shopping with a company that tries to effect social good.
Italian megabrand Gucci will be infiltrating our kitchens soon, apparently. The company has announced plans to acquire Italy’s historical luxury ceramics firm Richard Ginori 1735 SpA, and launch its own line of tableware.
Yves Saint Laurent is back in the spotlight, but this time, not because of controversial grunge-on-the-runway shows from Hedi Slimane. Two biopics about the late designer’s life and inspiration are slated for release this year, and only one of them has a seal of approval from Saint Laurent’s partner, Pierre Bergè.
If you’re looking to promote a healthy living how-to book, showing up to its signing flaunting near-perfect legs in uber short-shorts is probably a good way to do it.
The Tunisian-born couturier steps into a new gig designing costumes for a production of Marriage of Figaro.
Please, save some bombshell for the rest of us.
The Russian supermodel rocks a tan to aspire to. Is summer here yet??
Confession has always come naturally to Cat Marnell, who was, among other things, a former editor of xoJane, the famously honest-to-the-point-of-discomfort women’s health and beauty website. Now the sordid details of her life will be available in a new forum: Marnell has landed a lucrative book deal with Simon & Schuster to write her memoirs, which have the cheery working title How to Murder Your Life.
As her daughter-in-law can certainly attest to, Princess Diana had a difficult time maintaining any sense of anonymity once she married into the royal family — with notoriously tragic consequences. But an anecdote from a new book by friend Cleo Rocos says that on at least one occasion, Lady Di resorted to cross-dressing measures in order to sneak in to a South London gay bar unnoticed by the paps.
It’s her trademark look, but the star wowed us once again this weekend with her blood red pout.
Not that we were expecting an invite or anything, but it looks like Kate Middleton will be abstaining from a well-known pregnancy rite of passage: the baby shower.